Are we about to experience more severe weather

May 1997
Consumers' Research Magazine;May97, Vol. 80 Issue 5, p41
Presents two analyses by the World Climate Report that United States is unlikely to experience more severe weather condition because of global warming in 1997. Findings of the World Climate about United States conditions in 1997; Basis of the studies.


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